September 14, 2016

Episode 143: Starting Fast and Finishing Strong

In this episode (34:14)

In this podcast, Sarah and Esteban talk about how to start fast and finish strong in your agility runs.

You Will Learn

  • Common issues at the start and end of agility runs.
  • How simple, clear routines for the start and end of a run can improve your times.
  • Why dogs frequently run under the tire when it is the first obstacle.
  • Why dogs sometimes start slow.
  • Why some dogs drop bars in the opening.
  • Course design trends for opening sequences.
  • Why dogs drop the last bar and how to avoid this.

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